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April 25. 2014 10:59PM

NHIAA Roundup: Sahlin leads Campbell; BG tips Memorial


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Friday's Scoress
Baseball

Bp Guertin 8, Manchester Memorial 6
Pinkerton 12, Exeter 2
Mascenic 5, Fall Mountain 4
Franklin at Mascoma
Prospect Mountain 9, Gilford 2
Milford 6, Hollis/Brookline 4
Keene 2, Salem 1
Plymouth 6, Kennett 1
Goffstown 15, Sanborn 6
Kearsarge 5, Newfound 0
Londonderry 7, Manchester Central 3
Monadnock 4, Stevens 1
Timberlane 6, Nashua South 3
Portsmouth Christian 1, Pittsfield 0
Spaulding 7, Trinity 1
Concord 10, Winnacunnet 0
Rivendell at Woodsville
Colebrook 12, Canaan-Pittsburg 2
Oyster River 2, Coe-Brown 0
Souhegan 10, ConVal 6
Newmarket at Derryfield
Dover 11, Nashua North 1
Farmington 2, Berlin 1
Campbell 7, Bow 0

Boys' Lacrosse
Londonderry 11, Nashua South 8
Derryfield 19, Windham 4
Hollis/Brookline at Milford
Monadnock 14, John Stark 12
Kingswood 16, Kennett 4
Goffstown 16, Timberlane 7
Manchester West at Trinity
Merrimack 13, Dover 7
Portsmouth 11, Oyster River 3
Plymouth 11, Pembroke 2
Winnacunnet 14, Spaulding 2
St. Thomas at Keene
Hanover at Manchester Central

Girls' Lacrosse
Nashua North at Hollis/Brookline
Londonderry 13, Salem 7
Manchester Central 10, Nashua South 2
Manchester Memorial at Pinkerton
Windham 3, Goffstown 1
St. Thomas 16, Merrimack 8
ConVal 11, Belmont 6
Lebanon 10, Bishop Brady 9

Boys' Tennis
Alvirne at Exeter
Derryfield at Coe-Brown
Concord 7, Pinkerton 2
Lebanon 9, Windham 0
Nashua North at Manchester Central
Bishop Guertin 5, Nashua South 4
Plymouth at Trinity
Prospect Mountain at Kingswood
Portsmouth 9, Manchester West 0
Dover at Salem
AT CONCORD
Concord 7, Pinkerton 2
Singles:
Justin Toler (C) d. Jack Bisson, 8-0; Thomas Bengtson (C) d. Sean Hall, 8-4; Evan Hewey (C) d. Josh Moser, 8-4; Josh Pifer (C) d. Tyler Busby, 8-3; Adam Bryan (C) d. Will McCarty, 8-2; Eric Werener (P) d. Adi Gandhi, 8-2. Doubles: Toler/Bengston d. Bisson/Hall, 8-3; Moser/Busby (P) d. Hewey/Mattias Lambert, 8-4; Pifer/bryant d. Werner/Tate Pinyochon, 8-4.
Records: Concord 7-0; Pinkerton 2-5.


AT NASHUA
Bishop Guertin 5, Nashua South 4
Singles:
Brian Xiao (BG) d. Kaushil Patel, 8-5; Jason Lutcza (BG) d. Brandon Stempler, 8-2; Sumeet Salvi (NS) d. Ryan Murtbleau, 9-7; Rishi Yemme (BG) d. Sam McIntyre, 8-2; Kunal Shah (NS) d. John Krapian, 8-5; Brian Barrows (NS) d. Peter Scannell, 8-1. Doubles: Xiao/Yemme d. Patel/Stempler, 8-2; Lutcza/Salvi d. Salvi/McIntyre, 8-5; Shah/Barrows d. Krapian/Kyle Charbonneau, 8-5.
Records: Bishop Guertin 2-5; Nashua South 1-4.

AT SALEM
Salem 9, Dover 0
Singles:
Melham Antar (S) d. Bill Tong, 8-3; Matt Descoteaux (S) d. Reed Laakso, 8-2; Austin Wilson (S) d. Jack Roemer, 8-3; Ryan Fredette (S) d. Charlie Ly, 8-3; Jake Poore (S) d. John Quinn, 8-3; Brandon Rastello (S) d. Ian Anderson, 8-3. Doubles: Antar/Descoteaux d. Tong/Laakso, 9-8 (7-3); Wilson/Poore d. Roemer/Quinn, 8-4; Fredette/Rastello d. Ly/Anderson, 8-0.
Records: Salem 2-3; Dover 2-3.

AT AMHERST
Souhegan 8, Hollis/Brookline 1
Singles:
Nathanial Dziadek (S) d. Alex McCalmont, 8-1; Anthony Zeolie (S) d. Jeremy Ido, 8-2; Jason Emmond (S) d. Tyler Depin, 8-1; Brendan Sileo (S) d. Alex Cate, 8-2; Matt Spooner (HB) d. Alex Frazier, 8-2. Doubles: Zeolie/Emmond d. McCalmont/Ido, 8-5; Dziadek/Frazier d. Depin/Cate, 8-2; Sileo/Desborough d. Hingsley/Spooner, 8-1.
Records: Souhegan 2-1; Hollis/Brookline 2-4.

AT NORTHWOOD
Derryfield 8, Coe-Brown 1
Singles:
John Cissell (D) d. Garrett Kunz, 8-0; Sam Grondin (D) d. Jared Carlson, 8-0; Max Curtin (D) d. Connor Bell, 8-0; Gavin Schilling (D), Josh Conrad, 8-0; Brock Higley (D) d. Gareth Owen, 8-3; Ethan Chen (D) d. Liam Corless, 8-0. Doubles: Cissell/Grondin (D) d. Kunz/Bell, 8-0; Jack O'Leary/Jerry Xiong (D) d. Tim Mellor/Nate Griffiths (D), 8-2; Conrad/Luke Clainch (CB) d. Jack St. Jean/Charles Li, 8-2.
Records: Derryfield 7-0; Coe-Brown 1-4.

AT MANCHESTER
Nashua North 8, Manchester Central 1
Singles:
Jacob Arikian (NN) d. Howard Seuey, 8-4; Sam Kluger (NN) d. Max LaRocque, 8-1; Ethan Kim (NN) d. Bruno Lin, 8-4; Andrew Wu (MC) d. Connor King, 8-1; Zachariah Fahsi (NN) d. Jason Davidson (8-6); Justin Yeung (NN) d. Ashish Gerung, 8-5.Doubles: Arikian/Kluger (NN) d. Seuey/LaRocque, 8-1; Kim/King (NN) d. Lin/Davidson, 8-3; Fahsi/Yeung d. Wu/Nakos, 8-6.

AT DERRY
Pinkerton 8, Merrimack 1 (Thursday)
Singles:
Jack Bisson (PA) d. Andrew MaCeachem, 8-4; Sean Hall (PA) d. Matt Keeler, 8-6; Josh Moser (PA) d. Jordan Meaniy, 8-2; Arlo Wetherbee (PA) d. John Pitten, 8-0; Tyler Busby (PA) d. Andrew Timper, 8-0; Will McCarty (PA) d. Jack Steins, 8-0. Doubles: MaCeachem/Keeler (M) de. Bisson/Hall, 8-4; Moser Wetherbee (PA) d. Meaniy/Pitten, 8-1; McCarty/Eric Werner (PA) d. Trimper/Josh Caron, 8-1.
Records: Pinkerton, 2-4; Merrimack, 0-6.


Girls' Tennis
Lebanon 6, Windham 3
Bow at Prospect Mountain
Salem at Dover
Trinity at Plymouth
Manchester West at Portsmouth
Exeter at Alvirne
Concord 7, Pinkerton 2
Concord 7, Pinkerton 2
Singles:
Sam Barros (PA) d. Gabby Killinger, 8-1; Sky Reese (C) d. Haley Harrington, 8-1; Alex Killinger (C) d. Alex Albano, 8-1; Becky Cistulli (C) d. Nicole Langlais, 8-4; Irene Ireme (C) d. Aeriela Thornton, 8-5; Kristie Pederson (C) d. Sam Donahue, 8-1. Doubles: Barros/Harrington (PA) d. G. Killinger/Irene, 8-3; A. Killinger/Cistulli (C) d. Paige Welch/Lexi Jenkins, 8-0; Reese/Pederson (C) d. Elizabeth Stikeman/Ally Harasym, 8-0.
Records: Pinkerton 5-3; Concord 3-2.

Girls' Softball
Nashua North 2, Dover 1
Pinkerton 5, Exeter 3
Prospect Mountain at Gilford
Goffstown 1, Sanborn 0
Berlin 1, Farmington 0
Kingswood 12, Hanover 0
Bp Guertin 17, Manchester Memorial 2
Hollis/Brookline at Milford
Plymouth at Kennett
Londonderry at Manchester Central
Monadnock 17, Stevens 15
Timberlane 12, Nashua South 0
Colebrook 12, Canaan-Pittsburg 0
Coe-Brown at Oyster River
Newfound 14, Kearsarge 13
Salem at Keene
Franklin 14, Mascoma 0
Windham 13, Pelham 1
Pittsfield at Portsmouth Christian
Woodsville 1, Rivendell 0
ConVal 9, Souhegan 7
Newmarket 8, Derryfield 7

Boys' Volleyball
Londonderry 3, Coe-Brown 0
AT LONDONDERRY
Londonderry 3, Coe-Brown 0
25-9, 25-10, 25-12
Leaders:
Londonderry — Matt Gendron (8 assists); Spenser Flood (15 assists, 5 aces); Nick Stevens (5 kills); Nick Brodeur (5 kills); Jason Parker (6 kills, 7 aces); Nick Winn (8 kills, 10 digs).
Team Records: Londonderry 2-3, Coe-Brown 0-4.



Saturday's games
Baseball

Nashua North at Andover, Mass.;
Hillsboro-Deering at Bow; Windham at Pelham

Boys' Lacrosse
Exeter at Pinkerton; Nashua South at Nashua North; ConVal at Stevens; Dover at Shaker, N.Y.; Hanover at Bedford; St. Joseph, Metuchen, N.J. at Bishop Guertin; Manchester Memorial at Souhegan

Girls' Lacrosse
Bedford at Pinkerton, Bishop Guertin at Portsmouth, Manchester Memorial at Salem, Exeter at Concord, Hanover at Londonderry

Softball
Hartford,Vt. at Hanover, Hillsboro-Deering at Bow

Senior right-hander Connor Sahlin threw a complete game two-hitter to lead the Campbell of Litchfield baseball team to a 7-0 victory over visiting Bow on Friday. Sahlin struck out nine and did not walk a batter to raise his record to 2-0.

Christian Bourgea broke open a scoreless game with a three-run homer in the fifth inning. Zach Byers had a two-run homer in the sixth, and Sahlin followed with a solo home run.

Campbell is 4-1. Bow fell to 1-1.




Bishop Guertin 8, Manchester Memorial 6: Tim Donovan drove in Eric Damphousse with a sacrifice fly for the winning run at Gill Stadium in Manchester. Quinn DePasquale doubled to left field to knock in Shane Nowak with an insurance run.

DiPasquale got the win on the mound with 2 1/3 innings of relief and went three-for-five at the plate with a single, double and triple. Nowak had a couple of hits.

The Cardinals are 4-2 and the Crusaders are 0-4.




Londonderry 7, Manchester Central 3: At Londonderry, the Lancers rallied for six runs in the bottom of the sixth and improved to 5-1. Mike Ryan got the win with two innings of no-hit relief work. Dario Vitagliano and Sean Benoit each had two hits for Central, 2-4. Brett Evangelista and Rob Del Signore had two hits apiece for the Lancers.




Souhegan 10, ConVal 0: At Amherst, Chandler Mackenzie threw a complete game three-hitter and the Sabers picked up their first win against four losses. ConVal is 2-2. Souhegan opened the scoring with a couple of runs in the second inning and broke it open with eight runs on six hits, a walk and a couple of errors in the fourth.

Mike Mancini had three hits and Thomas Bennett, Kees Gronstra and Seth Learned two each for Souhegan.




Pinkerton 12, Exeter 2: At Exeter, sophomore John Polichetti tossed a complete game and didn't allow an earned run in a game that ended after six innings because of the 10-run rule. Nate Rossi had four hits and three RBIs for the Astros, who received three hits and four RBIs from Tom Diskin. Exeter committed six errors in the loss.




Keene 2, Salem 1: At Salem, a Tom Galanes triple drove in John Link with what turned out to be the game-winning run in the top of the ninth inning. Keene took a 1-0 lead in the second, but Salem pulled even in the fifth when Josh Perrault singled and scored on an infield error.




Dover 11, Nashua North 1: At Dover, Ricky Constant allowed one run and two hits over four-plus innings, but was charged with the loss. Dover improved to 5-0. Nashua North had its three-game winning streak snapped and fell to 3-2.




Goffstown 15, Sanborn 6: At Kingston, Tyler Perron, Kyle Indingaro and Cole Carreau each had three hits to lead the Grizzlies. Hood, Tanner Putnam and Tim Riehl each had two hits. Chris Hood (five innings) got the win and Joe Small finished up. Goffstown won its fourth straight and is 4-1. Sanborn is 0-4.




Newmarket 4, Derryfield 0: At Manchester, Kyle Sleveria took the loss despite striking out 11 in six innings. Newmarket's Shawn Leahy pitched a complete game and limited Derryfield to four hits.

Milford 5, Souhegan 2 (Thursday): The Spartans scored four runs in the top of the seventh for a come-from-behind win. Drew Jepson and Ryan Britton had two of the big hits in the seventh with RBI singles. Ryan Britton allowed four hits and struck out 13 without walking a batter and got the win. Seth Learned took the loss.

Kearsarge 5, Newfound 0: At North Sutton, Dahlton Fairbank collected Newfound’s only hit in this Division III loss. Kearsarge scored a run in the third and four in the fifth.


Boys' lacrosse

Derryfield 19, Windham 4: At Windham, Grant Alenson scored five goals and Jimmy O'Brien and Mike Chiasson three each to lead the Cougars, who improved to 4-0. Tyler Zorn added a pair of goals. Chiasson had three assists and Alenson and O'Brien two apiece. Allen Mello made six saves in the win. Windham fell to 1-3.




Londonderry 11, Nashua South 8: At Nashua, Kyle Hussey scored three goals and David Wiedenfeld and John Derhak had two each to lead the Lancers, 4-1. Erik Kenison had 10 saves for Londonderry. Brian Mckinley had 20 saves for Nashua, 1-3. Russell Applegate and Zach Andek had two goals each for the Panthers.




Monadnock 14, John Stark 12: At Swanzey, Brody Fredericks scored four goals, James Smugereski three and Matt Richard and Jake Blanchette had one in a losing cause. Monadnock ended its record at 2-2 and the Generals fell to 1-1.




Bishop Guertin 18, Nashua North 7 (Thursday): Tom Hurley and John Miller scored three goals apiece and Connor Donahue and Dom St. Laurent and Charlie O'Brien each had two to lead the Cardinals. Tom Haller had three goals for North. Bishop Guertin is 4-0 and Nashua North is 2-2.




ConVal 9, Pelham 6 (Thursday): In Peterborough, ConVal goals were scored by Isaiah Taylor (four goals, one assist), Clay Lyons (two goals), Patrick Joseph (one goal, assist), J.T. Clough (goal), and Grey Kuras (goal). Sean Stinehour turned back 18 shots in nets for the Cougars.

Girls' lacrosse

Pinkerton 19, Memorial 3: At Derry, Kennedy Daziel and Maggie McCarthy each collected three goals for the Astros, who improved to 5-0. Ali Davis, Erin Coutts, Nola Wesche, Colby Millsaps and Avery Drouin each scored two goals for Pinkerton. Memorial dropped to 1-4.




Windham 3, Goffstown 1: At Windham, the Jaguars opened a 13-3 first-half lead on the way to a 19-5 win to move to 3-1 on the season. Sydney Gagnon had two of the Goffstown goals. The Grizzlies are 2-2. Dulcie Trottier had 12 saves for Goffstown.




Londonderry 13, Salem 7: At Salem, Noele Lambert had three goals and five assists to highlight Londonderry's victory. Alexa Bedell added three goals and two assists for the Lancers, who also received two goals from both Gabbi Morris and Molly Koon.

ConVal 11, Belmont 6: At Peterborough, Zoe Paige scored four goals, Ingrid Aho had three and Meghan Close a pair to lead ConVal to its first win. The Cougars are 1-3 and Belmont is 0-2.

Softball




Windham 13, Pelham 1: At Pelham, Windham's Jaime Cleasby held the Pythons to two hits and struck out 10 as the Jaguars raised their record to 4-1. Emily Comtois drove in five runs with a two-run double in the first, and a three-run home run in the fourth. The loss dropped Pelham to 2-3.




Bishop Guertin 17, Memorial 5: At Nashua, Memorial's Lejla Kosic collected three hits, including two home runs, but BG took control by scoring 11 runs in the third inning. Dakota Bilodeau had three hits and drove in three runs for BG.




Pinkerton 5, Exeter 3: At Derry, Lauren Phillips and Nicole Gonya each had two hits for Pinkerton, which overcame a three-run deficit after one inning. Natalie Fabrizio pitched a complete game to collect the win. She struck out five and didn't walk a batter.




Monadnock 17, Stevens 15: Felicia Gaillardetz allowed five hits over four and a third innings to pick up the pitching win and had four hits to lead the Huskies, 3-0. Eliza Randall and Annie Crotto each had three hits and Maddie Elinor had a couple for Monadnock. Stevens fell to 3-1.




Franklin 14, Mascoma 0: At Canaan, Kelsey Bird and Hailey Haskins combined on a one-hitter and the Golden Tornadoes jumped on Mascoma for five runs in the first inning on the way to upping their record to 3-2. Mascoma fell to 1-3.




Goffstown 17, Trinity 6 (Thursday): In Manchester, Goffstown (4-1) recorded three home runs behind senior Lindsey Lord, junior Hannah Baldyga and sophomore Jasmine Colon. The Grizzlies held the lead throughout the game with a solid performance by sophomore pitcher Anna Strong.


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